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Kodagu Rain Disaster: Preparing a Road Map for the Future
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Kodagu Rain Disaster: Preparing a Road Map for the Future

By Col. (Retd.) C.P. Muthanna, President, Coorg Wildlife Society Foreword According to Col. C.P. Muthanna, President, Coorg Wildlife Society, in the aftermath of the recent devastation of landslides that flattened a few hills in North Kodagu following unprecedented heavy rains, it is wise and imperative to adopt Ecologist Madhav Gadgil Committee Recommendations to stop environmental…

Monsoon picks up
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Monsoon picks up

Mysuru/ Madikeri: Monsoon has picked up pace in Mysuru, Kodagu, Dakshina Kannada and Hassan after a brief lull. Rain has started pounding in these areas since last evening and landslides have been reported at several places. Business in Mysuru was severely affected this morning as most of the two-wheelers stayed off the roads. Intermittent rain…

Hanagodu Dam full
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Hanagodu Dam full

Thanks to heavy rain in Virajpet Taluk of Kodagu district, the Lakshmanatheertha River has filled up with water. Heavy rain in Kutta, Brahmagiri ranges, Nagarahole National Park, Balele and Nittoor in Kodagu has increased the water flow. The Hanagodu Dam is about 14 kms from Hunsur. Lakshmanatheertha River is a tributary of River Cauvery and…

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